Copyright Alert System’s software files another false DMCA takedown
DtecNet—a division of MarkMonitor, the creator of the software the CAS will use to flag U.S. Internet users for copyright infringement—has reportedly flagged yet another innocent victim.
On Mar 1, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Your guide to life under the Copyright Alerts System
The Copyright Alerts System—a.k.a. "Six Strikes"—is about to crack down on Internet piracy in the U.S. Here's how will it affect you.
On Feb 20, 2013 by Kevin Collier
3 unintended effects of the Copyright Alerts System
The so-called "six strikes" policy could make your local coffeeshop a hotbed for piracy and effectively kill the Open Wireless Movement.
On Jan 28, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Big brother admits it looks bad, will try to look better…
So the independent review wasn't independent. They'll do a really independent one soon. They promise.
On Oct 31, 2012 by Kevin Collier
RIAA didn’t disclose its relationship with “Six Strikes” consultant
The RIAA reportedly kept it a secret that the "independent consultant" for a new anti-piracy system that will affect most American Internet users was a former RIAA lobbyist.
On Oct 30, 2012 by Kevin Collier
U.S. piracy warning system’s “independent consultant” a paid lobbyist for RIAA
The "independent" firm hired to monitor the anti-piracy program that's about to be implemented across the U.S. has received more than half a million dollars from pro-copyright companies.
On Oct 23, 2012 by Kevin Collier
“Six Strikes” arrives Nov. 28: How will it affect you?
Under the Copyright Alerts System, Internet users who are repeatedly caught pirating copyrighted files will have to complete an "educational course" before visiting certain websites.
On Oct 16, 2012 by Kevin Collier